Dileep, Kavya make grand entry at Kunchacko Boban's son's baptism

Actor Kunchacko Boban held a grand baptism ceremony for his son Izahaak at a church in Kochi on Sunday.

While father Kunchacko Boban and mother Priya looked stunning, the baby was all calm and quiet for the ceremony.

Among many family guests at the church ceremony, actors and celeb couple Dileep and Kavya too were spotted.

While Dileep was seen in a black shirt, Kavya was spotted in a maroon salwar and the duo grabbed all attention. Both Dileep and Kavya were seen cuddling Jr Kunchacko.

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Dileep and Kunchacko Boban are one of the most popular actors of Malayalam cinema. Creating their own space, both Dileep and Kunchacko have established themselves in the industry with their style of movies. And gossip mills always spread rumors that there was some 'coldness' in their friendship.

According to rumour mill, the issue started from the sets of 2001 movie 'Dosth', their first movie together. According to industry sources, the actors had a major ego clash on the sets and teams struggled a lot to complete the movie. Later, they shared the screen once again in 'Kalyanaraman' and 'Spanish Masala'. Reports were then rife that it was Kunchacko and wife Priya's decision to support Manju Warrier, which aggravated the friendship. 

Manju Warrier was Dileep's first wife and got divorced in 2015.

Dileep was always against Manju's decision to make a comeback. But she made a successful comeback and Kunchacko Boban was the first leading actor whom she worked with in her second innings for 2014 movie 'How old are you'.

Well, with the baptism, it's time for gossips to take a break and it seems Kunchacko and Dileep indeed share a good camaraderie.

Actor Kunchacko Boban and wife Priya Ann Samuel became father and mother to a baby boy on April 17. Kunchacko and Priya have been married for 14 years. This is their first child.

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